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These Are Healthiest Vegetables You Can Eat, According to a Nutritionist

Delish Logo By Jaclyn London, MS, RD, CDN of Delish | Slide 2 of 15: Carrots are full of phytochemicals such as beta-carotene that your body converts to vitamin A, which helps with vision — especially at night. Studies also associate consumption with carotenoid containing foods, like carrots, with a decreased risk of breast cancer. Carrots also contain vitamins K, C as well as potassium and fiber. Enjoy these root veggies raw, shredded in salads, or blended in smoothies.

Carrots

Carrots are full of phytochemicals such as beta-carotene that your body converts to vitamin A, which helps with vision — especially at night. Studies also associate consumption with carotenoid containing foods, like carrots, with a decreased risk of breast cancer. Carrots also contain vitamins K, C as well as potassium and fiber. Enjoy these root veggies raw, shredded in salads, or blended in smoothies.

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